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Wednesday, March 14, 2012 • Posted March 14, 2012

For those of you in the yoga class or on the waiting list, we have moved the Tuesday class to Monday. The time is still 8:15-9:15 A.M. We had a great week last week not just because yoga is so great but especially because we received a $1,000 award from the Pedernales Electric Coop’s Light the Way grant program. These wonderful folks give money back to the communities each year by supporting senior centers, libraries, EMTs, and volunteer firefighters. If you know someone who works for the Coop, be sure to tell them how grateful we are for their support.NEW ARRIVALS: (All quotes are from publishers’ summaries)AUDIOBOOKS:Sandcastles by Luanne Rice (CD F RIC)Southern Lights by Danielle Steel (CD F STE)Critical by Robin Cook (CD F COO)FICTION:Left for Dead by J. A. Jance (F JAN Rey.7)“Ali Reynolds investigates two shocking cases of victims brutally left for dead. One of the victims? A classmate from the Arizona Police Academy gunned down and left to die. Arriving at the hospital, she finds another seriously injured victim, an unidentified young woman presumed to be an illegal border crosser, who was raped and savagely beaten.”Defending Jacob by William Landay “Andy Barber has been an assistant district attorney for more than twenty years. But when a shocking crime shatters their New England town, Andy is blindsided by what happens next. His fourteen-year-old son is charged with the murder of a fellow student.”The Returning by Christine Hinwood (F HIN)“The war between the Uplanders and Downlanders is over, and this epic tale is about what happens after the battle. After the brothers, husbands, and sons have come home. Or haven’t. After the world has fallen apart and been put back together.”Back on Murder by J. Mark Bertrand (F BER Rol.1)“Houston homicide detective Roland March was once one of the best. Now he’s disillusioned, and on his way out. Until an unexpected break give March one last chance to save his career. And his humanity. All he has to do? Find the missing teenage daughter of a Houston evangelist that every cop in town is already looking for.”The Ideal Man by Julie Garwood (F GAR)“After completing her residency at a large urban hospital, Dr. Ellie Sullivan’s life is turned upside down when she witnesses the shooting of an FBI agent in pursuit of a ruthless Bonnie-and-Clyde duo.”Not in the Heart by Chris Fabry (F FAB)“Truman Wiley used to report news stories around the world, but now the troubling headlines are his own. He’s out of work and out of touch with his family, but nothing keeps him awake at night more than his son’s failing heart.”Celebrity in Death by J.D. Robb (F ROB)“Money, power, and fame can’t make you safe from danger. Sometimes, they’re dangerous in themselves. Talented, rude, widely disliked—now drowned in the lap pool of her director’s luxury building. K.T. Harris’s death is now being investigated by the detective she was hired to portray—Eve Dallas.”Chasing the Sun by Kaki Warner (F WAR Blo. 3)“Daisy Etheridge always yearned to sing. But along the way, she fell in love, had her heart broken, and bore a child to a man who loved another. Now she has a second chance, but she has no choice but to turn to the family of the man who abandoned her so that she can support herself and her child during her training.”JUNIOR FICTION:The Sometimes Daughter by Sherri Wood Emmons (JF EMM)“Judy Webster is born in a tent at Woodstock. Her mother Cassie is a beautiful, flawed flower-child who brings her little girl to anti-war protests rather than enrolling her in pre-school. Her husband gradually abandons ‘60’s dreams, divorcing Cassie and dragging Judy back from the commune where Cassie has taken her. Cassie occasionally re-enters Judy’s life just long enough to disrupt it.”Paper Covers Rock by Jenny Hubbard (JF HUB)“After Thomas dies, everything seems charged with electricity, as if the school is at attention, poised for war. Guys huddle on the grass outside the classroom and whisper, jerking their heads around to make sure the enemy doesn’t creep up on them. And who is the enemy, other than the element of surprise? I can’t believe it myself, and I was there: Thomas Broughton, dead nine days after his seventeenth birthday.”Hi-Tech Olympics by Nick Hunter (796.48 HUN)“Who is known as the ‘blade runner’? In which sport are athletes wired up to a scoring system Why is an athlete’s diet important? Find out the answers in this exciting new book.”

LIBRARY NOTES: Check out our Facebook page—search for Mason County M. Beven Eckert Memorial Library! Yoga in the Library—Tues. and Thurs. 8:15 A.M.

LIBRARY INFORMATION:Location: 410 Post Hill; Phone: 325-347-5446; FAX: 325-347-6562; Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1785, Mason, TX 76856; E-mail: masonlibrary@verizon.net; Web Site: http://bcls.tsl.state.tx/mason

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